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safe this holiday season. an early exit for penn state coach jerry sandusky. another twist in this case. >> temperatures will warm up in the middle of the week. that might bring some rain this way. >> the state had planned to restore it five years ago ahead of the other states. officials will follow the 2025 goal set by the restoration strategy. they have asked for more time after considering the cost of restoration efforts. input costs and more than $450 million. weeks after a deadly double shooting outside of and a rental mills mall. and security feature will spot trouble. this gives the officers there a bird's-eye view with the mobile tower of the exterior of the ball. the device raises 15 and a half feet in the air and gives them a 25 foot the point of the parking lot. >> this is another element that people are not accustomed to. something that is unique and will help not only the criminal element see this and go somewhere else but the customer see this and they feel safe about shopping at the shopping center. >> the new tower is the latest security upgrade to the mall. other upgrad
a lawsuit against former assistant coach jerry sandusky, his former charity and penn state university. is the first civil case and the child sex abuse scandal and outlines the latest disturbing allegations against sandusky. we get the latest from jay gray. >> fallout from the child sex abuse continued today with the first lawsuit filed in the case. >> it is against jerry sandusky. -- who abused him and violated his trust as a child for over 40 years. >> the man at the center of the civil suit is 29-years old now and is identified only as john doe. he is not one of the eight victims initially characterized in a grand jury report. he claims that sandusky assaulted him more than 100 times between the age of 10 and 14 and threatened to harm him and his family if he told anyone about the abuse. in his only broadcast interview about the scandal, sandusky told bob costas he has never abused a child. what are you denying you ever had any appropriate sexual contact with any of these boys? "yes, i am. >> but the man who filed suit today against sandusky into the charity he founded and penn stat
+ names for similar problems. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is back behind bars. authorities arrested him today on new charges on alleged child sexual abuse. >> mr. sandusky, any comments? >> police let him away from his home in combat -- in handcuffs wednesday afternoon following new charges. the charges involve allegations by two new accusers who claimed sandusky abused them. in court documents, a grand jury accused the sandusky of assaulting one of the boys in the basement of his home. it says the victim claims "he screamed for help, knowing that sandusky's wife was upstairs, but no one can to help them." the former assistant coach had been free on bond following his initial arrest. according to a grand jury testimony, sandusky and that all the alleged victims to the second mile charity. sandusky has repeatedly said he is innocent of all charges. >> how would you take it if you were facing the kind of charges he is facing? he would be devastated. >> sandusky's lawyer says he expects him to be at the jail on bail sometime thursday. >> sandusky is expected
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> the lawyer defending retired penn state coach jerry sandusky not flinching away from public opinion. the state college lawyer has let his client confront the charges as the national spotlight descends on happy valley, which legal experts say is risky. he is telling the associated press he has a well thought out strategy. it presents an opportunity -- sandusky will be meeting with lawyers from the weekend. tuesday will mark the first time since the allegations were made public that the former coach will see his accusers face to face. we have continuing coverage of the scandal on our website. the latest on the accusations and all the late breaking details just ahead. volunteers of honored veterans buried at arlington national cemetery airline tens of thousands of holiday wreaths. truckloads of decorations are arrived at arlington this morning, part of a nationwide tradition that got started 20 years ago. at that point, 5000 wreaths were gathered. this year, 90,000. >> it is important for everybody to be recognized. >> it is a nice time for everyo
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